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. it's how edward jones makes sense of investing. ♪ it's how edward jones makes sense of investing. ♪ see what's new at projectluna.com melissa: smith and wesson reporting earnings "after the bell," up 0.3%. analysts saying declining retail sales trends mounting competition and pending removal of antique pistols from california to overshadow in line. that news is coming up in an hour. time for fun with spare change. we are looking at cold weather. it put the ice to good use. she joins teams of financial hotshots, h1n1 emanual big apple pond hockey classic in the middle of manhattan. you are a brave soul. >> becoming the outdoor correspondent here, wasn't all that cold but this is cool, the big apple, they play in different cities, bryant park was this weekend, they had 2014, three guys out there each time, you can have as many as six, a really good time and you are in the middle of pond hockey, pretty incredible experience. melissa: how many did you win? >> when you look at how it all ended up on this i didn't quite playfully on the team but the guys who actually did play, stated
. come on in. [ male announcer ] by meeting you more than halfway. it's how edward jones makesense of investing. melissa: to a medical breakthrough that is so unbelievable it could make your heart skip a beat. scientists in illinois using 3-d printing to make a device that could reprays traditional pacemakers and keep your ticker beating forever? that sounds great but all the increased costs with the extended life expectancy. dr. manny alvarez with the fox news medical a-team is here. tell me how it works. >> with 3-d printings you're take a picture of the heart, create a very specific device that goes around your house, taylored to measure. melissa: i feel like we have video of this we could be looking at. >> embedded with different electrodes. typically, you know, every, let's say pace maker is basically a wire that goes all the way to the heart to a focal point. when the heart has irregularity, it shuts electrical impulse and gets you back into rythym. there is lot things done with the new technology of 3-d. melissa: right. >> you're able to put this thing around the heart, a so
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